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When these bystanders spotted a deer drowning in floodwater, one man dived in while the rest all helped in a selfless rescue effort.

  • Friend texted worries about boating with Marlins' Fernandez

    Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was a patron at a Miami River bar and restaurant the same night he and two friends were killed in a boat crash, a spokeswoman for the establishment confirmed Tuesday. American Social Bar & Kitchen spokeswoman Dana Rhoden said in an email that Fernandez was there before the accident. The statement did not say whether Fernandez had been drinking or what time he left.

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  • Mom of kids killed in Vaughan drunk-driving crash alleges extortion attempts

    The mother of three children killed by a drunk driver in Vaughan, Ont., has penned a heartbreaking Facebook post to mark the one-year anniversary of their deaths in which she suggests that she has been the victim of extortion attempts from people who picked up items from the crash site. Jennifer Neville-Lake lost children Daniel, 9, Harrison, 5, and Milly, 2, as well as her father, Gary Neville, 65, on Sept. 27, 2015, when an SUV driven by Marco Muzzo blew through a stop sign and collided with a minivan carrying the members of the Neville-Lake family. Two other family members, the children's grandmother and her mother, suffered serious injuries in the crash.

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  • Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, Kate Middleton Choose Similar Dresses For Photo-Op

    The style mavens of Canada and the U.K. came together in Victoria, quickly proving they have plenty in common. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau welcomed the Duchess of Cambridge and her family with open arms and a gorgeous outfit, of course, on Saturday. The Canadian prime minister's wife — nicknamed "Canada's Kate Middleton" from early on — wore similar outfits as the Duchess, albeit in different colours. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (second from left) awaits the royal family at Victoria's International Airport on Saturday. (Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty) Grégoire Trudeau donned a long-sleeved purple pencil dress from Montreal brandÉditions de Robes, along with a matching fedora by The Saucy Milliner. She completed

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  • Shocked woman comes home to find burglars having sex on her sofa

    A woman was horrified when she returned to her home when she found it completely ransacked - and the burglars HAVING SEX on her sofa.

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  • 'It was over $16': Saskatoon woman speaks out after boyfriend killed in Manitoba

    When Ashley Hague stopped receiving text messages from her boyfriend Saturday night, she knew something was wrong. On Saturday just before midnight police in Winkler, Man., were called to Valley Bowling Lanes where they found a man unconscious. The man was Zachary Straughan, 25, from Saskatoon.

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  • Former exotic dancer not buying Joel North's 'white knight' defence of stripper tweet

    A former exotic dancer in St. John's says she doesn't accept the defence of Joel North — a private radio host who left his job after he told a woman she'd do better by stripping online. "He can't say, 'oh no, I was really being the white-knight of the strippers, and I was actually the one being so kind and so good-hearted here," Michelle Keep, who is also a volunteer with the St. John's Status of Women Council, said. North, a DJ on Coast 101.1, tweeted a message to a woman broadcasting herself playing video games last week, telling her she'd get more viewers if she was stripping.

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  • Kim Kardashian's Best "Wonderland" Moments (11 photos)

    Kim is killing it, you guys. From Cosmopolitan

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  • Woman, 33, avoids jail for breaching Asbo to visit 90-year-old ‘sugar daddy’

    A 33-year-old prostitute has managed to avoid a jail term after she broke her Asbo six times so she could visit a 90-year-old war veteran she calls her “sugar daddy”. Terri-Lee Pearce was hauled before the courts after she was accused of fleecing thousands of pounds from pensioner Allan Thipthorpe. Pearce was originally given an Asbo in 2013 preventing her from visiting his council flat in Swindon but she visited six times between July and August this year.

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  • All about the $800 boots that Kate has worn for more than a decade

    When the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, finds a piece of clothing or accessory that she loves, she happily keeps it in her repertoire, and is often praised for recycling and restyling her tried-and-tested pieces. The Duchess wore the $800 (£475) boots for her visit to Bella Bella on Monday during her royal tour of Canada. Kate worked a casual cool vibe to arrive at the Great Bear Rainforest, styling the brown tasselled boots with Zara jeans and a Holland & Holland jacket.

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  • See Exclusive Footage of Breakout Star Haley Bennett's GQ Photo Shoot

    The star of every film this fall (okay, fine, but three big ones), Haley Bennett is a face you're going to see everywhere soon. So you may as well familiarize yourself now.

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  • Watch: This shark with a HUMAN FACE is used to treat diabetes

    Residents in Turkey are marvelling at the sight of a shark that was caught with a HUMAN FACE - that they believe even has medicinal qualities. Traders and customers took selfies with the common thresher - even giving it a pair of spectacles to accentuate its markings which look like two eyes, a nose and a mouth. "Another characteristic of this shark is that it is good for diabetes.

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  • As Clinton cheers, Donald Trump digs in after debate

    A defensive Donald Trump gave Hillary Clinton plenty of fresh material for the next phase of her presidential campaign on Tuesday, choosing to publicly reopen and relitigate some her most damaging attacks. The day after his first general election debate, Trump blamed the moderator and a bad microphone and said he was holding back to avoid embarrassing Clinton. Next time, he threatened, he might get more personal and make a bigger political issue of former President Bill Clinton's marital infidelities.

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  • Parents spend £15,000 every YEAR trying to turn eight-year-old son into A-list celebrity

    Steffan and Hayley Liang want their son Theodore to become an A-list celebrity and are splashing out a staggering £15,000 every year to make it happen. Dad Steffan, 33, also once had aspirations to be famous, but now encourages Theo to take drama, dance and acting classes in his bid to become a star. The boy’s fashion line, is set to be launched in 2017 alongside his music, acting and dance career.

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  • Tory MP says $1,300 per person for food, drink on PM's plane is 'outrageous'

    Passengers who accompanied Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his first two international trips were apparently well fed. The government has revealed, in response to a written question by the Conservatives, that the cost of food and beverages supplied aboard a government Airbus used for the trips amounted to just over $1,300 per person.

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  • Dauphin building boom bucks trend of struggling communities

    This has proven to be a year of uncertainty for several Manitoba communities, with looming job losses, closures and declining populations. Dauphin, Man., a small city about 250 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, is your average Manitoba community. Kohan is originally from the Dauphin area, but like many, was drawn to the prospects and money further west.

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  • The CEO of a $60 million furniture startup explains why it suddenly shut down

    Online furniture store Dot & Bo abruptly shut down on Friday, joining a long list of failed e-commerce startups we've seen in recent years. The company announced the closure on its website late Friday, saying it simply failed to find new investors to support its business. Apparently it looked into getting acquired by a big public company, but those talks seem to have fizzled out as well.  It said: "We were in deep discussions to be acquired by a prominent public company, but ultimately the partnership did not come to fruition. We are humbled to have had such loyal customers and are extremely proud of the impact we made on the home furnishings market, but ultimately we were unable to find backers

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  • Man confesses to murder that his identical twin has served 13 years in jail for committing

    A man has confessed to a murder 13 years after his identical twin was found guilty for the crime. Karl Smith (above, right) stunned a Chicago court last week after he admitted to the killing of Antwan Carter that his brother, Kevin Dugar (above, left), has served 13 years in jail for. The brothers, who have different surnames after Smith changed his to their mother’s maiden name, became active in gangs while growing up together.

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  • Blue Jays tighten grip on top wild-card spot with win over Orioles

    The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-1 on Tuesday night to extend their wild-card lead to two games.

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  • This is the Audi SUV we've all been waiting for

    Seven years after its introduction, the Q5 remains Audi's best selling SUV. Prospective buyers have waited several years for a new, second generation of the compact crossover. They have watched Audi introduce a slew of brand new offerings — but no Q5.  Now, it looks like the wait is finally over.  Audi announced last week that the second generation Q5 is set to be introduced on September 29 — ahead of the 2016 Paris Motor Show.  Few details on the new compact crossover are available, however, the exterior styling of the Q5 aligns with the design theme first seen in the larger Q7. It's likely that the second generation car will join the the Audi A4, A5, and Q7 on the company's MLB evo platform.

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  • Too many grizzly bears seeking berries dying in British Columbia: study

    A study suggests hungry grizzly bears drawn to bountiful berry crops in southeastern British Columbia are dying in disturbing numbers. The fruit the grizzlies want to eat is in the same Elk Valley area where lots of people live and work, so bears end up being hit by vehicles and trains or being killed by hunters and poachers. Clayton Lamb, a University of Alberta researcher, said the combination of great habitat and human activity has captured the grizzlies in what amounts to an ecological trap.

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